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... early evening to our hotel in downtown San Francisco, checked in, only to find all our rooms had only 1 double bed. I know we are all good mates, BUT ! The receptionist couldn't understand what our problem was, I guess this is San Francisco. Said the hotel was fully booked, however, after laying on a bit of good Aussie charm it turned out that there were a few late check out rooms which would be free later in the evening. So we ...
... Stockton & Geary Streets.
Day Four: Union Square Shopping, Fisherman's Wharf burger dinner.
Day Five: Brunch with Caitlin and Jordan, Alamo Square, Marina District, Souvenir Shopping, Giants game at AT&T Park, with drinks and dinner.
Tomorrow we leave for LA and meet up with a friend of Jo's... looking forward to some Hollywood Boulevard and true Californian weather :)
... the San Francisco fire department at the time.
From there we walked down the 400 stairs of telegraph hill and through its wonderful gardens that flow from Filbert street down to Levi plaza. (And there is cool as parrots in there too)
- next on the list was Lombard street, otherwise known as the worlds crookedest street. We walked over there, (I'm sure you all know how flippin' steep san Francisco's streets are!!) and got the traditional tourist shots.
- we ...
Yay! I've been totally MIA, but life with kids is a constant battle for time to do all the other ****. Traveling has been shoved aside since so many events happened this year. But not to disappoint, we are going on the Disney Dream Cruise! Crazy, right? I mean, I feel like we're on some Disney Themed Vacay Mode--but we're not, really. If any of you seasoned Disney cruisers have any expert advice specifically for ...
... to live for a few hundred years before they get properly big I'm not sure I’ll get the full benefit. Maybe me grandkids will thank me. Or curse my name for bestowing however many stupid giant trees on them. I guess only time will tell.
After leaving Mariposa Grove and the plague squirrels behind we started on our long journey to San Francisco, to see Ian’s sister Juanita and her family. Again the scenery changed, from the gorgeous pine ...
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